Persian Lessons (2020) 1080p

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Genres:
Drama
Resolution:
1920*720
Size:
2.34G
Quality:
1080p
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Language:
ger 5.1  
Run Time:
127 min
IMDB Rating:
7.3 / 10 
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Directors: Vadim Perelman [Director] ,


Movie Description:
1942. Gilles, a young Belgian man, is arrested by the SS alongside other Jews and sent to a concentration camp in Germany. He narrowly avoids execution by swearing to the guards that he is not Jewish, but Persian. This lie temporarily saves him, but then Gilles is assigned a seemingly untenable mission: to teach Persian to Koch, the officer in charge of the camp's kitchen, who dreams of opening a restaurant in Persia (Iran) once the war is over. Gilles finds himself having to invent a language he doesn't know, word by word. As the unusual relationship between the two men begins to incite jealousy and suspicion, Gilles becomes acutely aware that one false move could expose his swindle.

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Reviews

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Sort of ordinary, after those extraordinary films about world war 2.

Very great movie

If you like ww2, and drama...I think you would like that movie, go in

Riveting premise... excellent drama...

A Jewish prisoner, at the height of WWII, pretends to be Persian in order to teach the camp commandant the language he dreams of learning. His life depends on inventing, and remembering, the words to his farcical Farsi. This riveting drama is superbly acted by the two central leads, and wonderfully directed by Vadim Perelman.
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